Viral highlights of Ben Doak’s performance against Darmstadt indicate that Liverpool may have discovered their successor to Mo Salah

During Liverpool’s pre-season match against German Bundesliga side Darmstadt, young talent Ben Doak made an impressive cameo appearance that caught the attention of fans and observers.

The match ended in a 3-1 victory for Liverpool, with goals from Mohamed Salah, Diogo Jota, and Luis Diaz, while Mathias Honsak scored for Darmstadt.

Doak’s performance in the game has sparked excitement among Liverpool supporters, suggesting that the club may have discovered a potential new star.

While details of Doak’s contributions during the match are not specified, his notable performance has left a positive impression and raised hopes for his future development within the team.

Ben Doak, the 17-year-old Liverpool player, made a strong impression during his cameo appearance in the pre-season match against Darmstadt.

Coming on for Mohamed Salah in the 60th minute, Doak showcased his skills and potential on the field.

His direct and fearless style of play, combined with his agility and speed, allowed him to take on defenders and create opportunities for his teammates.

Despite his young age, Doak’s performance was marked by his ability to challenge opponents and contribute positively to the team’s attacking efforts.

Following his notable display, a compilation of Doak’s highlights from the match gained attention on social media platforms, further fueling excitement among Liverpool fans about the prospect of having a promising young talent in their ranks.

After the match, Doak wrote on Instagram: “Nice end to pre-season. Real work begins soon.”

Klopp has been full of praise for Doak and other youngsters since the start of pre-season as he continues to give opportunities for the young stars to impress ahead of the start of the 23/24 campaign.

The German said after Liverpool’s 4-2 win over Karlsruher: “We saw the kids how good they were. James never played a six before and today he played there and it was so nice to watch, to be honest. Bobby first half did really well.

“Ben Doak, oh my God, it’s much fun to watch these kids. Calum I’ve known him only nine days, he was injured before and now he was there. Koumas came on, Conor Bradley really good.”

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Klopp added: “The kids are really good and the others are really good already, we know that. Some of them might need to get through little holes here and then now because it’s really tough for them of course.”

Liverpool will kick off their 23/24 Premier League campaign against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Sunday.

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